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Increasingly, companies from developing countries such as Brazil, India, China and Mexico are becoming global leaders and eclipsing familiar brands in the developed world.
Japan has the safest, most punctual high-speed rail system in the world, but the country is struggling to convince others to adopt its technology.
Nikkei’s $1.3 billion deal to buy the Financial Times underscores the fact that the publishing industry’s fortunes lie in going digital, experts say.
A.P.J. Abdul Kalam, India’s former president, passed away on July 27. He leaves behind an erudite legacy.
For brands competing for mindshare at San Diego Comic-Con, the contest begins well before the event starts, as marketers roll out a series of ads that tap into fans' excitement[…]
Advertisers often use multiple publishers for their online campaigns, but many are not using the best metrics to decide which publishers they should compensate, new Wharton research shows.
After analyzing data from some 15,000 interviews, executives from management consulting firm ghSMART found that three fundamental factors drive leadership success. They describe their findings in a new book, Power[…]
As the U.S. and Cuba reopen embassies, experts focus on the other pieces in the ecosystem that need to fall in place.
Firms are increasingly turning to partnerships to develop innovative products and strategies. New Wharton research looks at the optimal mix of partners for achieving breakthroughs.
Five years on, has the Dodd-Frank Act achieved or failed to meet its goal of overhauling U.S. financial regulations? So far, its legacy is mixed, experts say.